DAC Labour Relations
11th April 2019
Strikes in South Africa are all too common, affecting relationships between employers and employees and the competitiveness of firms. It is imperative for employers to understand the rights of their employees, their own rights and to keep up to date with any changes to labour law.
The DAC wants to assist its members to remain compliant, productive and competitive and so will host a workshop focusing on the 2018 Labour Relations Act Amendments.
DAC Strategy Development: Aligning our Programmes to SAAM
The Durban Automotive Cluster (DAC) is mandated to drive the competitiveness and growth of the local automotive industry. To ensure its programmes remain relevant and highly impactful, the DAC is undertaking a business plan and strategy review. This will be completed through reflection on delivery to date, consultation with members and key stakeholders and alignment with national policy (SAAM) and OEM strategy (NAAMSA 5 Year Plan).
Graduate Development Programme 2019
The DAC’s Graduate Development Programme equips graduates with the necessary skills to tackle the demands of the automotive component manufacturing workplace. Over the last few years this training programme has proved successful at enabling participants’ growth and development.
Management Development Programme 2019
The comprehensive Management Development Programme (MDP) aims to equip managers with a broader understanding of leadership and management specific for the automotive industry. It is a learning intervention that strives to bring real business benefits to participants and their organisations.